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Everyone has an idea of what they want to achieve after Ramadan. Post Ramadan goals, as they say. But once Ramadan leaves us, a new set of struggles are waiting around the corner ready to visit us. So here’s my process of getting out of the post-Ramadan slump and moving forward…
I want you to take home the following tips that are genuinely effective so that you won’t need to google anymore. I have a Duas For Exams printable for you to download! I know you won’t be able to remember all the dua’s I’ve compiled in this article by reading it once and you won’t have the time to keep coming back to this post.
You need to understand that self-development is more of a lifetime process rather than a one-time achievement. After extensive research, both Islamic and psychological, I have combined the knowledge together with personal tips that can serve as a guide for you. So that you can start investing your mental and physical energies in the right direction.
The Sunnah of our beloved Prophet (S.A.W) is the best “Health advice” you will ever need to eat healthy, feel great about yourself, prevent diseases and stay physically and mentally fit. To make things easier for you, I’ve created a FULL-DAY meal plan comprising of sunnah foods that you can use as a guide for healthy eating throughout the day.
This article is for you if you have been toiling with the idea of planning and starting real work on your dream goal but something is stopping you. Let me now reveal the 7 common fears that make up the components of the nemesis we call “Fear of Failure”. Shall we get started? I’m imagining a resounding yes.
When we talk about depression, we need to address anxiety as well. They are two sides of the same coin. They go together like bread and butter. How many of you have felt anxious before an interview, debate, presentation or a public gathering? I’m pretty sure almost all.
In today’s episode, I want to give you personal advice from experience on how to do it all. Being a Muslim means we can’t just pursue Dunya-related goals alone. We have to keep our Deen in mind while setting goals. Which only means one thing- MORE GOALS!
5 honorable women in the Quran are described in detail along with the lessons that can be learned from their life stories and remarkable personal values. The rest of the noble female characters are named at the bottom of the infographic which you can download by visiting our page.
If I can’t go to Makkah for Hajj (for any reason) even though I really want to, what can I do to make sure I get all the rewards of Hajj from any part of the world? Here’s a short list of what you can do on the Day of Arafah to make the most out of it.
So many of us are always on the lookout for ways to grow closer to our Deen Islam but sometimes, we tend to overlook the easiest way to increase our Emaan. So today, I’ve selected a few of the easiest daily Sunnahs that play a major role in keeping us connected to Allah and our Prophet (S.A.W).
We all know how special Jumuah (Friday) is in our Deen but we need reminders from time to time to recall the magnanimity of this golden day. But the sad reality is most of us don’t give the protocol to Friday that it truly deserves. So this article is dedicated to Fridays in the hopes that a checklist will be all we need to get back on Friday-track.
I know for a fact that everyone sufferring from such mental health problems has a different story and it would be foolish to deny the therapeutic effect of medicine. But I want you to know that Islam has a way out for everything. Yes, everything. And that is a vital part of the belief system of a Muslim.
Why is it that more and more young Muslim women are suffering from low self-esteem today? It’s like an epidemic that is consuming women from all over the world. Let’s go over the most common causes of low self-esteem. This will help you pinpoint exactly why your self-esteem is suffering so you can later treat that problem (if it’s treatable).
I have some psychological insights on people-pleasers that I’d like to share with you. Being a people-pleaser is a MINDSET. It’s not a reflection of your Emaan or Taqwah. I have some powerful tips for you that can help you overcome the habit of pleasing people.
Chances are, you have at least one sibling you compare yourself to. People who don’t have siblings compare themselves to their friends, colleagues or relatives. In this episode, I share with you some of the best ways to stop comparing yourself to others.
My only purpose with this blog post is to show you the very real fears and doubts I experience as I work on everything related to my mission at Muslim Empowerment… If you’re a Muslim coach, content creator, or online entrepreneur, you’ll probably relate to this deeply. And if you’re a professional, you can still relate to this, as well as have an idea of what it’s like for a Muslim coach to show up with new content and coach their audience consistently.
Is this your break-time from studying? I want you to take home the following tips that are genuinely effective so that you won’t need to google anymore. Before you dive in, I have a Duas For Exams printable for you to download! Let’s dive right into it!
You need to understand that self-development is more of a lifetime process rather than a one-time achievement. So don’t overwhelm yourself and take a small step starting today Insha’Allah. After extensive research, both Islamic and psychological, I have combined the knowledge together with personal tips that can serve as a guide for you.